The 2015 Ford Mustang was named one of three vehicle to compete for the 2015 North American Car of the Year Award. It was completely redesigned for the new year with innovative style and great new technology inside and out. We’ll find out if it has won America’s most prestigious automotive awards in Jan. 2015.
The much-anticipated 2015 Ford Mustang has been nominated for the 2015 North American Car of the Year Award. Completely redesigned for the new year, this hyped American muscle car should be the favorite to win the award.
The Mustang is one of ten vehicles nominated, with an overall winner announced in January.
The 2015 Ford F-150 is one of 12 vehicles competing for the 2015 North American Truck/Utility of the Year Award. This may be the most anticipated truck to ever arrive in Little Detroit, so we believe it has to be one of the favorites to take home the gold in January.
Ford has spent the past year hyping this truck, which is set to debut in late 2014. We first saw it at the 2014 Cleveland Auto Show and immediately fell in love. The main highlight of the all-new Ford is its all-aluminum body. Military-grade aluminum helped reduce 700 pounds from this year’s model, meaning more towing, hauling and better fuel economy.
The redesigned 2013 Honda Accord has been named one of the three finalists for the North American Car of the Year.
Two Ford models are on the list for North American Car and Truck/Utility Vehicle of the Year. If they can win over the voters, the Ford Fusion and Ford C-Max may bring home the hardware. Ford was the only manufacturer with two vehicles to be named finalists.
The 2013 Ford Fusion is a finalist for the 2013 North American Car of the Year. The gorgeous redesign is one of 3 cars voters will consider. The winner will be announced at the Detroit Auto Show in January.
It’s easy to see why the voters considered the 2013 Ford Fusion for this prestigious award. As redesigns go, none compares to the Ford Fusion. The Fusion takes cues from European sports cars with a hexagon styled grille, thin swooping headlights and side line models.